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REMINDER: Sunday Afternoon With Liam

PLEASE consider a VERY cool and important fundraiser coming up very soon: The Summit Clothing Company Fundraiser for the Summit Forest. WHERE: Saratoga Winery 462 NY-29 Saratoga WHEN: Sunday, May 20th 4-7pm WHAT: Live music, food, beverages, games and more WHY: Help make a reality of the first TGC Summit Clothing Company Self-sustainable Forest. HOW […]

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REMINDER: Fund Raising Art Auction

Only 10 days to this amazing event. Great thanks always to Bill and Hilary Reilly, the students, friends, staff of Bethlehem Middle school, and all who donate and buys this beautiful art. Half the funds raised benefit our programs in Uganda. This year’s donations will help us complete our very important Aquaponics system, which will […]

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Getting Started In Kabul

Lets start the week off with some GREAT The Giving Circle News. “Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” Malala Yousafzai We’re about to wire the funds so that construction will start soon on the VERY much needed three room expansion to a vastly overcrowded high […]

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A Happy Story About Arms

Mark wrote: “I was so happy to receive an e-mail from Kristin and the Siena e-Nable team. They had not forgotten about a request I had made for a very special, very beautiful, and very shy young lady. As you may remember, in 2017 the Siena e-Nable team, lead by Alyx Gleason and Miranda Marnes, […]

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More Chess News

For the 2018 spring Ugandan Chess National Championships our Busoga team did their very best. Nevertheless, they were unable THIS time to bring home any medals. We introduced Chess to Busoga several years after we did at Kagoma Gate, so the Busoga kids are still building strength. At this year’s tournament, they learned great lessons […]

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Better Housing for our Teachers

In a country where only 33% of children complete primary school, we can look to Kagoma Gate village for another marker of great success. In the pictures we see the first of four residential buildings that will be erected in Kagoma Gate. Each building will offer four apartments, representing a level of housing in which […]

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